HCIC Graduating Students Told To Remain Positive, Stay Away From Harmful Tendencies
Graduating students from Holy Cross International College, HCIC Yaounde have been urged to remain positive and stay away from harmful and dangerous tendencies that will derail them from the path of truth.
The call was made on Friday, May 27 in Yaounde by Rev. Sis Constant, Principal of the college. The call was made during the graduation ceremony of the 10th batch of High School Students.
“To our graduating students, I salute your level of love and respect. You have been very positive and inspiring with regards to what you say about HCIC in relating with the administration, your teachers, and in serving our college community.”
As you embark on another phase of life, remain positive, and guard against harmful and dangerous tendencies such as indiscipline, negative associations, laziness, and lack of the fear of God, which derail our efforts and thwart our strivings,” Rev. Sis. Constance said.
Given that education is the process of imparting, giving, or receiving systematic instructions and gaining experience in diverse areas, Rev. Sis. Constance said HCIC expressed its uniqueness in that from its conception and creation, the vision of the founder has not only been to impart academic knowledge and excellence but to bring students closer to the core values and mystery of the cross of Jesus.
“We render immerse thanks to God for haven led these students far in their academic pursuit and for making each of our part of this great story. To the graduating students, we say Congratulations,” she added.
By Mainimo Etienne